Glen McKinnon

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Glen McKinnon (born 16 December 1937) is a Canadian educator and politician from Manitoba. He represented the federal electoral district of Brandon—Souris in the House of Commons of Canada from 1993-1997 as a member of the Liberal Party, he lost when he was pushed into third place behind Progressive Conservative candidate Rick Borotsik and a Reform candidate in the 1997 federal election.

Born in Carberry, Manitoba, Canada, McKinnon resides in Virden, Manitoba, he was employed at Virden Collegiate Institute for several years, serving as principal, football coach, and biology teacher. He and his wife Karen have three daughters.

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